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Presented by Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi Honorable Minister/Chairman National Sports Commission (NSC)

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  • 1FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Sports In the Transformation Agenda:

    Performance & Challenges

    Presented at the 2013 Ministerial Platform

    By

    June, 2013

    Mallam Bolaji AbdullahiHonorable Minister/Chairman

    National Sports Commission (NSC)

  • 2FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    1 Background

    2 Structure

    3 Key Performance Indicators

    4

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    4 Sporting Activities 7

    5 Presidential Retreat on Sports 8

    6 Post-Retreat Actions 11

    7 Grassroots Sports Development 20

    8 Football 21

    9 Reform of the NIS 31

    10 Facility Development & Management 33

    11 Public Private Partnership 35

    12 Partnerships & Collaboration 36

    Sections

    13 Challenges 36

    14 Conclusion 36

  • 3Framework

    3FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    This presentation will focus on the following thematic areas:

    The general context for sport administration in Nigeria.

    Mandates and key performance Indicators of the NSC and its parastatals.

    Revenue and expenditure profile for 2012.

    Key achievements and activities of the NSC and its parastatals.

    Major challenges and limitations of the NSC and;

    Prospects and strategies for the future.

  • 4FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Background

    The National Sports Commission

    started as National Sports Council in

    1962, with a statutory responsibility to

    administer, regulate and coordinate

    sports development in Nigeria.

  • 5FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Mandate

    To establish a technically efficientinstitution for sports developmentand participation.

    To develop the sports sector toworld class standard.

    To provide continuousimprovement of quality of life forthe entire citizenry through sports.

  • 6FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Section 1

    Structure

    Honourable Minister/Chairman

    Director-General

    Federation & Elite AthletesDepartment

    UnitsLegalInternal AuditInformation & ProtocolICTReforms

    Grassroots Sports DevelopmentDepartment

    Sports MedicineDepartment

    Facilities & Stadia ManagementDepartment

    Sports Planning, Research & DocumentationDepartment

    Human Resources, Management & Finance

  • 7FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    The National Sports Commission is organised around six (6)departments, six (6) units, and twelve (12) zonal offices spreadacross the nation.

    The Departments include:

    1. Federation & Elite Athletes Department2. Grassroots Sports Development Department3. Sports Medicine Department4. Facilities & Stadia Management Department5. Sports Planning, Research & Documentation Department6. Human Resources, Management & Finance

    Structure

    Departments

  • 8FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    S/NO Zone Location Headquarters

    1 South West I Ibadan, Headquarters

    2 South West II Akure, Headquarters

    3 South South I Benin, Headquarters

    4 South South II Port-Harcourt, Headquarters

    5 South East I Enugu, Headquarters

    6 South East II Nguru, Headquarters

    7 North Central I Jos, Headquarters

    8 North Central II Minna, Headquarters

    9 North West I Kaduna, Headquarters

    10 North West II Sokoto, Headquarters

    11 North East I Bauchi, Headquarters

    12 North East II Damaturu, Headquarters

    Structure

    Zones

  • 9FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    The National Institute for Sport (NIS)

    The National Institute for Sport (NIS) was established in 1972 withthe mandate to drive manpower development in sports.

    The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)

    The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) was established as theNigeria Football Association (NFA) in 1945.

    The Federation has the responsibility to control and organizedomestic and international football in Nigeria.

    Structure

    Parastatals

  • 10FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Regulating and administering

    sports.

    Developing the sports sector to

    a world class level.

    Improving the quality of life of

    the citizenry.

    NATIONALSPORTS

    COMMISSION

    Section 2

    Key Performance Indicators

  • 11FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    The key performance evaluation for

    improving the quality of life of

    Nigerians through sports is

    reflected in the number of

    Nigerians that participate in sports

    for recreation.

    Key Performance Evaluation

    Improving the Quality of Life of the EntireCitizenry

  • 12FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    The key performance evaluation

    for the development of the sports

    sector in adherence to world class

    standards is reflected in Nigerias

    performance in international

    competitions.

    Key Performance Evaluation

    Developing the Sports Sector to a World ClassLevel

  • 13FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    The key performance evaluation for

    providing regulation and

    administration for sport is reflected

    in the strengthening of sports

    through key policy actions initiated

    and implemented.

    Key Performance Evaluation

    Providing Regulation and Administration forSports

  • Section 3

    Sporting Activities

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  • 15FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Senior African Athletics Championship

    At the 2012 Senior AfricaAthletics Championship in PortNovo, Nigeria emerged OverallWinner after 14 years with:

    10 Gold

    6 Silver

    5 Bronze

    Sporting Activities

  • 16FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Sporting Activities

    London 2012 Olympics

    TEAM NIGERIA got to 6 finals and8 semifinals of athletics eventswith many of the athletescompeting for the first time.

    One of our female athletes ran apersonal best of 10.92 in 100meters. No Nigerian femaleathlete has ever done this in thehistory of the Olympics.

  • 17FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    TEAM NIGERIA female boxer,

    defeated the world Number 2 and

    got to the quarter-finals, losing out

    to the worlds Number 1. She also

    made history as the first Nigerian

    female to fight at the Olympic.

    Sporting Activities

    London 2012 Olympics

  • 18FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    TEAM NIGERIA male Basketball

    team, DTigers for the first time in

    our nation s sporting history,

    qualified to represent Nigeria at the

    London 2012 Olympics, beating the

    African Champions, Tunisia in the

    first game.

    Sporting Activities

    London 2012 Olympics

  • 19FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Nigeria participated in the

    Canoeing (Slalom) for the first time

    at the London 2012 Olympics.

    Sporting Activities

    London 2012 Olympics

  • 20FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    At the London 2012 Paralympic

    Games, Nigeria put up a stellar

    performance clinching:

    6 Gold

    5 Silver

    1 Bronze

    Sporting Activities

    London 2012 Paralympics

  • 21FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    At the 2012 Paralympic Games,

    Nigeria set three world records in

    power-lifting posting our second

    best performance ever in the

    history of the Paralympic games.

    Sporting Activities

    London 2012 Paralympics

  • 22FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    In 2012, the 18th National SportsFestival, EKO 2012, held in LagosState.

    We recorded the highest numberof participants ever in the historyof the Festival.

    11,045 athletes and officials fromall 36 states and the FCTparticipated.

    Sporting Activities

    18th National Sports Festival

  • 23FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Nigeria won a Gold and Silver

    medal at the 2012 World Chess

    Olympiad in Turkey.

    Sporting Activities

    World Chess Olympiad

  • Nigeria emerged 3rd at the 2012

    Senior African Wrestling

    Championship, Morocco.

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    NATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    Sporting Activities

    Senior African Wrestling Championship

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  • Nigeria was Overall Winner at the

    2012 Senior Africa Weightlifting

    Championships in Kenya.

    Sporting Activities

    Senior African Weightlifting Championship

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  • 26FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

    The Falconets made it to the

    semi-finals of the Women U-20

    World Cup in Japan.

    Sporting Activities

    Women U-20 World Cup, Japan 2012

  • 27FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPM